As we all know, Sammy Hagar has one speed and one speed only. And that speed is “rock.” But what you may not know is that Sammy has witnessed a great deal of the world’s momentous events. And what do you think he did at these aforementioned events? (He rocked.) Here’s proof.
When Astronauts wanted “moon rocks,” Hagar gave them all the rock they could handle.
Though they seriously considered it, the founding fathers eventually decided to leave Hagar’s suggestion of “How you all doin’ tonight!” off the Declaration of Independence.
Hagar helped the hunter gatherers to become hunters, gatherers, and searing guitar solo-ers.
Hagar enjoys a little Cabo Wabo at the last supper.
Hagar grabs the silver just behind Jesse Owens’ gold in the 1936 Olympic long jump.
Whoa, he showed up in a Grilled Cheese Sandwich somewhere in South America! And then rocked the shit out of it!
Hagar safely parachutes out of the Hindenburg disaster, making sure to grab his guitar for some para-rocking on his way down.
Hagar celebrates the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Witnessing a presidential assassination might be enough to make some stop rocking. Not Hagar.
Hagar actually ended the Vietnam war by playing the riff to “I Can’t Drive 55″ for the Vietcong. Mission accomplished.
Hagar crosses the Atlantic with Charles Lindbergh. You can’t tell from this photo, but Hagar provides 100% of the rocking during their long flight.
Hagar does his best to rock back Hurricane Katrina, but ultimately fails. Luckily, Hagar lived to rock another day.